reply to post by headlightone
I hear ya man it's weird to say the least. I know when I write stuff about the AP I sound like I'm FOS or just completely showing off sometimes but
I truly didn't know that everyone doesn't just "wake up" in their dreams until fairly recently. I'm at the point now I can navigate confidently
& definitely don't have to take a damn thing from anyone one unless I give them reason to, be them human, ET, spirit, whatever, and even then watch
But I know I'm still just starting out so to speak. I know there are others out there travel just as well.
So what do you see when you pull things into singularity, like if you wanted to see what the "AP" looked like? You'd see the same thing we always
see, geometry with different shades of color that looks a lot like what everyone else has already drawn be they ancient Yogi's or new-age "woo woo"
I was happy playing within the confines of my mind the vast majority of the time until one day a few "people" came knocking including a version of
myself I had sent in motion when I was very young and probably even before this life for that matter. But even before that I just thought everyone
saw their days repeat or play out ahead of time in their dreams while I was in elementary school. It made me very
since learned how to control & not let things get me upset (I was like 9 or 10 when I was the most frustrated with that) but I realized how much
information our "brain" really picks up through out the day.
As I moved into High School I had already got over being able to induce full-lucid dreams every night of some kind of variety. Meaning I would pick,
every single night what I would dream about(or whether I'd dream at all) because I had already learned when I was about 11-12 that you can get
addicted to dreaming if you don't watch out. Not to mention even though I saw the usefulness of dreams, anything that wasn't pertinent to my
immediate physical well being I figured was just "play time".
By the time I was in college, using dreams day to day was just my way of life. I figured it was just me crunching down info into nice neat little
packages for me to serve up through my day or over the course of the year or two (the length of my "sight" at the time). I even got good at
realizing when an opportunity might arise using my dreams....so naturally I thought I was god's gift to everything I was so cool :p
But life humbles us in creative ways & I realized I was human and actually could be wrong sometimes, which was good for me because it grounded my ass.
So for years & years I was able to balance out my dreams in relation to what was going on around me. I had intense "wtf was that..." stuff happen
from time to time too, but still anything one would normally think "profound" or "fantastic" I would just think "play time!". Until one night
about 4 years ago I had a dream in that place I now realize is part of time-space. I had been able to tell when I was in "future land" or not for
sure by then just didn't have a lot of terminology for the different "planes". After that all hell broke loose & I started having dreams again the
likes I hadn't had since I was very young. Ironically some of the same types of dreams I was "addicted" too. This time they where different
though, some where even there when I woke up too...
That's the super-edited-glibly interpreted 4 paragraph version of what happened to me in relation to dreaming stuff growing up. There where many
many interesting experiences that I remember and that I am still trying to pull out again not to mention a fair amount of waking "psychic" or
"telepathic" experiences. I must have saw something "interesting" when I was 11-12 because the "directive" I gave myself in relation to how I
was to use my dreams has been a bitch to get around even for me now. Which was something to the effect of "Use & remember only information directly
useful to this
reality" which is very subjective and kept me wrapped in my own bias perceptions for a long time. I know how to work around my
own personal physical memories but it's not easy "hacking" your own brain sometimes
I could seriously ramble for days on the crap I've seen & done as I don't have one dream a night, I have many. In the past two years I've
literally been living multiple days worth of experiences that are just too vast to record in their entirety every day. Not to mention visions &
whatever other kind of info I get during deep meditation have been interesting too. All of those numerous experiences have helped me get a better
picture of what the hell kind of vehicle we're all operating here being human...so far it's a pretty sweet ride I must say
Sorry for rambling a bit but I figured I would share a bit more about my story to give everyone an idea of where I'm coming from.